FOREWORD This is a total war; which means considerably more than fighting with planes and tanks and battleships. The enemy has even deadlier weapons— weapons which he used in France, in the Low Countries, in Scandinavia, in the Balkans, to undermine the people's will to resist; weapons which he is using here. Propaganda is a great deal more than persuading people to believe something that isn't true; it is a technique that works below the surface of the mind, warping men's emotions with... Topics: Predjudices, Prejudices -- History, Prejudices
Black and White Uptight (1969) Traces the history of man's attempts to understand gravity, beginning with the Ptolemaic theory of the Greeks and continuing with Copernicus, Brahe, Kepler, Newton, and Einstein. Discusses the discovery of astronomical black holes, formed by stars that collapse under the weight of their own gravity, which then devour neighboring stars. Topics: Prejudices, Prejudices, Race relations
Thirteen-year-old Frannie learns hard lessons about prejudice and segregation when she becomes friends with a young black girl who moves into her small Oklahoma town in 1961 Topics: Segregation, Prejudices, African Americans, Segregation, Prejudices, African Americans
The paper analyses integration of gender equality in Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In. It explores aspects of gender equality at workplace, women dealing with prejudices, bias and stereotypes about job related emotional behavior. This theme is exemplified in Lean In, which deals with rupturing the apparent barriers that prevent women from reaching the top of the corporate hierarchy. This book focuses on Sheryl Sandberg’s personal experiences to encourage and provide mentorship to many women to... Topics: Sheryl Sandberg, Gender equality, Stereotypes, Prejudices
Credits: Producer, Peter Jones; director, Donald Brittain; script, Donald Brittain; music, Eldon Rathburn; cameraman, Robert Humble; film editor, John KemenyA discussion film which presents a comparison between the kind of prejudices we all have and the unreasoning prejudices of the bigot SummaryPresents a comparison between the kind of prejudices we all employ and the unreasoning prejudices of the bigot. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Prejudices, Prejudice, Prejudice Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
byMiller, Norman N., 1933-; American Universities Field Staff
This series of motion pictures is also accompanied by a book, "Faces of Change: five rural societies in transition ... ", 4 Task Force reports, and a teaching guide, "Film descriptions and formats." Topics: Aymara Indians, Indians of South America, Aymara Indians, Prejudices, Aymara Indians, Aymara...
A short story about a penguin named Pengelly Perceval Puddle that fights against peer pressure and prejudice. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary) Topics: LIT, LIT.UP, Peer pressure--Juvenile fiction, Prejudices--Juvenile Fiction, Penguins--Juvenile...
Race Talks 2 presents: "IMPLICIT BIAS: Our Hidden Prejudices" Barbara Diamond, Producer Following the film, there will be a Question & Answer session with the Producer, attorney Barbara Diamond and small group discussions facilitated by trained volunteers from: Resolutions Northwest www.resolutionsnorthwest.org/ RACE TALKS is a free series co-sponsored by Donna Maxey, Founder/Director of RACE TALKS, World Arts Foundation worldartsfoundation.org/, Resolutions Northwest... Topics: Race Talks, Implicit Bias, McMenamins, Our, Hidden, Prejudices, Barbara Diamond, BIAS, Racism,...
Coming of Age Documents a summer week when 180 young people of many different backgrounds gathered at a mountain camp with twenty-five counselors. They shared their opinions on vital interpersonal issues such as racial prejudice, homosexuality, and sexism. Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Topics: Youth, Interpersonal relations, Racism, Homosexuality, Sexism, Conduct of life, Youth,...
This is the first episode "The Crippled Person" in a four part series of lectures by Dr. Carl Faber entitled "Woman as slave." This episode is in three parts. In part one, Dr. Faber is interviewed prior to KPFK's presentation of the first lecture by Helene Rosenbluth, a young lesbian feminist and Roy Tuckman, male feminist, about what he means to say in the lecture series, his motivations, audience reactions, the situation of a man talking to women about women, his data... Topics: Faber, Carl., Women -- Mental health., Women -- Psychology., Women -- United States -- Social... Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982